Square American Apple Pie, 2020 Dartmouth College
Square American Apple Pie, Karen Zheng
No abstract provided.
Jonathan K. Gosnell. Franco-America In The Making: The Creole Nation Within. U Of Nebraska P, 2018., 2020 University of Wisconsin - La Crosse
Jonathan K. Gosnell. Franco-America In The Making: The Creole Nation Within. U Of Nebraska P, 2018., Anna V. Keefe
Studies in 20th & 21st Century Literature
Review of Jonathan K. Gosnell. Franco-America in the Making: The Creole Nation Within. U of Nebraska P, 2018. 347 pp.
Some Thoughts, 2020 Dartmouth College
No abstract provided.
Her Nose Is Different From Her Nose, 2020 Dartmouth College
Her Nose Is Different From Her Nose, Mariama L. Dodd
No abstract provided.
African American Genealogy Workshop Poster, 2020 Marshall University
African American Genealogy Workshop Poster, Kelli Johnson
African American Genealogy Workshop Poster
[2020 Honorable Mention] Six Days To Leave Home: The Diasporic Experience Of Japanese Americans To American Incarceration Camps, 2020 California State University, Monterey Bay
[2020 Honorable Mention] Six Days To Leave Home: The Diasporic Experience Of Japanese Americans To American Incarceration Camps, Evangeline Pabilona
Ethnic Studies Award
Using diaspora as a rhetorical framework, this paper analyses the cultural connection between American incarceration camps and the imprisonment of Japanese American citizens during World War II. The forced removal of Japanese American families from their homes to concentration camps emphasizes the negative ramifications of diaspora regarding [forced] cultural assimilation, as well as a loss of culture, language, family, and bodily autonomy.
User Guide To The Mds Collection Of African American History In Huntington, West Virginia, 2020 Marshall University
User Guide To The Mds Collection Of African American History In Huntington, West Virginia, Kelli Johnson
Various people have worked over the years to collect stories and artifacts about Black history in Huntington, WV. This site seeks to gather that information in one place and make it available for all.
The Languages Of Belonging: Heritage Language And Sense Of Belonging In Clubs And Organizations, 2020 California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo
The Languages Of Belonging: Heritage Language And Sense Of Belonging In Clubs And Organizations, Lou. Ibe
World Languages and Cultures
As a culminating project for a graduate in Modern Languages & Literatures and Comparative Ethnic Studies, this research paper focuses on the concepts of sense of belonging in institutions of higher education, specifically in relation to the presence of heritage languages within cultural clubs and organizations. It explores this relationship through a survey sent to Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo students involved in various cultural clubs and organizations, exploring their feelings of sense of belonging as tied to the university in general, alongside their club/organization, while also inquiring about the presence of their heritage language in various spaces at the ...
Una Isla, Dos Literaturas: Contrapunteo De La Literatura De La Isla Y La Diáspora Dominicanas (1965–2018), 2020 The Graduate Center, City University of New York
Una Isla, Dos Literaturas: Contrapunteo De La Literatura De La Isla Y La Diáspora Dominicanas (1965–2018), Jose L. Peralta
All Dissertations, Theses, and Capstone Projects
Una isla, dos literaturas.
Contrapunteo de la literatura de la isla y la diáspora dominicanas (1965-2018)
Jose Luis Peralta Genao
Advisor: Carlos Riobó
The literary works written by Dominican Diaspora as well as the ones written in the island have been dealing with a very complicated phenomena grown as the result of Dominican massive emigration of twenty century, namely the definition of dominicaness (dominicanidad). In the search of a broader notion of this concept the idea of being Dominican gets build and transforms in different Dominican literary spaces. By searching national discursive elements that construct that Dominican identities in ...
“I’M Real I Thought I Told Ya”: Developing Critical Media Literacy Through U.S. Latinx Digital Media Representations, 2020 The Graduate Center, City University of New York
“I’M Real I Thought I Told Ya”: Developing Critical Media Literacy Through U.S. Latinx Digital Media Representations, Solange T. Castellar
All Dissertations, Theses, and Capstone Projects
This thesis explores how audiences engage with U.S. Latinx media representations through the practice of critical media literacy. I interrogate how media consumers construct critical media literacy through interacting with U.S. Latinx figures on digital media platforms, particularly on the social-media app, Twitter, and the user-generated video content platform, YouTube. Throughout this thesis, I argue that users on these platforms who engage with U.S. Latinx pop culture figures, like Jennifer Lopez and Belcalis Almanzar (Cardi B), read, digest, and comprehend a variety of multimedia images, texts, or videos, and that this engagement becomes an accessible form of ...
Healing Lgbtq+ Juvenile Youth Of Color Through Indigenous Practices, 2020 The University of San Francisco
Healing Lgbtq+ Juvenile Youth Of Color Through Indigenous Practices, Jennifer Alvarez
My goal for this study was to explore the experiences of queer youth of color who have been in the juvenile justice system in relation to their mental health/wellness. Through semistructured interviews, the seven participants of this study have shared their testimonio of coming out, being involved in the juvenile justice system and having to engage with mental health services, I explore how queer individuals are mistreated and are placed on temporary methods of healing from their trauma. Utilizing the frameworks of Testimonios, Critical Race Theory and Critical Pedagogy, I bring forward the experiences that queer youth of color ...
Race And Species: Reimagining The Ethics Of Comparison In Contemporary American Fiction, 2020 Washington University in St. Louis
Race And Species: Reimagining The Ethics Of Comparison In Contemporary American Fiction, Samantha Pergadia
Arts & Sciences Electronic Theses and Dissertations
This project argues that postwar artists of color—Toni Morrison, Charles Johnson, Octavia Butler, Ruth Ozeki, Boots Riley, Art Spiegelman—formulated the relationship between race and species for a multispecies ethics. "Race and Species" redresses the schism between animal studies and scholarship on race, two fields that regard the comparison between racialized humans and nonhuman animals as either expedient for animal liberation or appropriative of racial violence. Juxtaposing material from the Enlightenment history of science with twentieth-century aesthetic objects, "Race and Species" illustrates how postwar authors suture together and revise the material, rhetorical, and ethical connections between race and species. "
Identity, Activism, And Rap In The Filipino American Diaspora, 2020 The University of San Francisco
Identity, Activism, And Rap In The Filipino American Diaspora, Scott Cooper
For close to two decades, an established network of Filipino American rap artists have developed on the West Coast of the United States. These artists share musical narratives exploring their working-class immigrant experiences as well as the impact of colonization in the Philippines. Outside of music, these artists often engage in community organizing and activism, but few scholars have explored hip hop's effect within these spaces. Recently, a younger generation of Filipino American youth actively make use of hip hop in community organizations and activist groups. This paper will specifically examine how the identity of 1.5 and second ...
The Case Of Kashmir: Ethnic Mobilization And Insurgency, 2020 Ursinus College
The Case Of Kashmir: Ethnic Mobilization And Insurgency, Kayla Hofmann
Politics Honors Papers
This paper analyzes ethnic identity and potential reasons for conflict through a constructivist lens. Using the case study of Kashmir, I explore the past and present events in the state and the salience of ethnicity, specifically Kashmiri Muslims and Indian Hindus.
Covid-19 Activism & Mutual Aid, 2020 University of San Diego
Covid-19 Activism & Mutual Aid, Department Of Ethnic Studies
Ethnic Studies Department Newsletters
Message from the Chair, Ethnic Studies Graduation Ceremony, New Fall 2020 Courses!, ETHN 494: Latinx Migrant & Refugee Communities with Professor Alexis Meza, ETHN 494: Hip Hop & The Politics of Culture with Professor Leon Lee, ETHN Senior Spotlight Angela Sajche, ETHN Senior Spotlight Jasmin Ross, ETHN Senior Spotlight Yasmeen Abushahla, Faculty Updates, Dr. Angel Hinzo: Bricks and (Pet) Balloons, Dr. Alberto Pulido: Music Within, Healing Throughout, Alumni News, Class of 2015: Olivia Glazner Cassil, Class of 2013: Andrew Grimes, Getting Down With the #AuntieSewingSquad
The Legend Of Dumboy And Kokolas: Racial Narratives And The Legacy Of Two Black Men In A White Afrikaans Community In Patagonia, Argentina, Ellie Johandes
2020 JHU Richard Macksey National Undergraduate Humanities Research Symposium
When historical records are scarce, communities rely on oral histories to pass on stories of previous members from one generation to the next. How these stories are told, however, is often more a reflection on the values and beliefs of the community itself rather than of the narrative's subjects. This becomes especially evident when individuals come to represent complex, sensitive topics such as race, servitude, and cultural identity. In this presentation, I will explore oral narratives related to Dumboy and Kokolas, two black South-Africans who journeyed with white, Afrikaans-speaking Boers to Argentina following the end of the Anglo-Boer war ...
Inequality In Ethnic Representation In Secondary-School Literature Textbooks And National Examination In Vietnam, Anh Nguyen
This essay studies the dynamic between ethnic minorities and majority in the Vietnamese education system. By examining the appearance and representation of ethnic minorities in national literature curriculum, textbooks, and examinations, the analysis reflects the government's perspectives regarding the “appropriate” portrait of ethnic minorities' heritage and relationship with the majority. The study finds that Vietnamese education framework and content comply with the national construct of a Vietnamese identity across ethnicities. The state determines educational materials and selectively permits only aesthetic, politically benign, and Kinh-like narratives of ethnic minorities’ cultures, many written and/or chosen by Kinh authority rather than ...
Congratulations, Class Of 2020!, 2020 University of San Diego
Congratulations, Class Of 2020!, Department Of Ethnic Studies
Ethnic Studies Department Newsletters
Message from the Chair; Senior Recognition; Gabe Fallis Receives Ethnic Studies Community Scholar & Dr. Judy Rauner Social Justice Awards; Elie Nyembo Honored with the L. Reuben Mitchell Award for Campus-wide Impact; ETHN Senior Spotlight Kemiya Jenab-Nutter; ETHN Senior Spotlight King Elie Nyembo; Faculty & Staff Updates, Executive Assistant Esther Aguilar: We Got You!; Dr. Jesse Mills: Being Together; Professor of Practice & Tribal Liaison Perse Lewis: Desert Blooms and Pitbull Love; Congratulations to Our Amazing Class of 2020!.
Reimagining Reentry: A Vision For Transformative Justice Beyond The Carceral State, 2020 University of San Diego
Reimagining Reentry: A Vision For Transformative Justice Beyond The Carceral State, Kemiya Nutter
Ethnic Studies Senior Capstone Papers
Throughout the past decade, mass incarceration has emerged as a buzzword within academic scholarship and public policy discourse that seeks to examine the unparalleled expansion of the contemporary carceral state. With 2.2 million Americans imprisoned and over 7 million under various forms of penal control, the United States maintains the highest rate of incarceration in the world. The unprecedented inflation in the nation’s incarceration rate is a direct manifestation of the 1970’s War on Drugs, which enabled the legislative transformations that permeate modern sentencing policy and procedure. Institutions of policing, surveillance, and incarceration are constitutive features of ...
Perceptions Of Help-Seeking Likelihood For Depression: Examining The Relative Predictive Value Of Ethnicity And Barriers To Care, 2020 University of Arkansas, Fayetteville
Perceptions Of Help-Seeking Likelihood For Depression: Examining The Relative Predictive Value Of Ethnicity And Barriers To Care, Linda Esperanza Guzman
Theses and Dissertations
Latinx and non-Latinx White adults 18 years of age and older experience depression at proportional rates. However, Latinxs seek specialized care for depression at lower rates than non-Latinx Whites, suggesting these groups experience barriers in accessing care differently. This study sought to test the theoretical steps of help-seeking as informed by the Gaining Access and Treatment Equity model (GATE model; Bridges, 2018). According to the GATE model, successful help-seeking means navigating a series of barriers: sequentially, these are perceived need, attitudinal barriers, and structural barriers. Participants (N = 987) were either Latinx (n = 437) or non-Latinx White (n = 550) undergraduate students ...